We’re a day late on this one:
This week at LEO, Peter Berkowitz has a preview piece on The Staves, playing the next Waterfront Wednesday with Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band.
Syd Bishop reviews Eluvium Nightmare Ending
Damien McPherson chews up Mind Revolution, from L.M.H. (Louisville Men of Honor)
This week’s LEO features a Peter Berkowitz < a href=”http://www.leoweekly.com/music/amazing-adventures-houndmouth” title=”Amazing Adventures Of Houndmouth” target=”_blank”>piece on the amazing adventures of Houndmouth this winter.
Kevin Gibson reports on Crescent Hill Radio’s efforts to secure a low-power license.
Finally, Martin Kasdan Jr. reviews Bobby Falk’s Samuel Street Songs release.
Over at ye olde LEO, Jason Howard posts his chat with Caitlin Rose, scheduled into Zanzabar on Thursday, April 11.
Kyle Meredith has a fantasy column about literal interpretations of old songs.
Peter Berkowitz has a talk with Brian Omer of Stonecutters, whose new CD is Creatio Ex Nihil.
Syd Bishop has a review of Gubbey Records Opposable Thumbs.
Over at LEO, LMN Jazzin columnist Martin Z. Kasdan Jr. has a piece on Marco Benevento, will be playing at Zazoo’s on Friday, April 5.
Kasdan also has a review of Squeeze-bot’s Sweet Dreams Are Made Of Squeeze release.
Peter Berkowitz details Ray Rizzo’s Give Forward fund-raiser for Ken Pyle, co-owner of the Rudyard Kipling Restaurant and longtime supporter of the arts and music in Louisville. Pyle has suffered from complications from knee replacement surgery, requiring additional hospitalization and costly medications. (The Give Forward site is giveforward.com/fundraiser/rk42/kenpylemedicinemoney
This is LEO’s Fake Issue – don’t believe anything in it, or else believe everything in it as a series of subconscious opinions/desires held by the writers.
LMN Jazzin’ columnist Marty Kasdan Jr. has a big story on U of L’s 20th Annual Jazz Week, which includes a phoner with performer Amina Figarova, who will perform on the first night of the festival. The 20th Annual U of L Jazz Fest runs February 22-24. The Amina Figarova Sextet will appear in Comstock Hall on February 22.
Elsewhere in the issue, Peter Berkowitz chats with Todd Hildreth about Squeeze-bot’s new record.
In his B-sides column, Berkowitz talks to the Downtown Country Band about their new record.
Damien McPherson reviews Honeymoon Babies debut record.
Peter Berkowitz reviews Discount Guns’ Odessa release.
Berkowitz also reviews Gabe Close’s Sounds For An Old Soul.
This week in LEO, Michael Jones has an article about a project to record music made by refugees in Louisville, called the Americana Digital Music Project.
Pete Berkowitz has a article about the rebuilt Nerves Junior and their new project.
Berkowitz also has a summary about the week’s bad music news.
Eric Condon reviews Ben Purdon’s Meet The Morning.
Peter Berkowitz chats with the guys in Mountain Heart, now described as “not a bluegrass band.”
Catherine Irwin discourses on how Louisville does and doesn’t honor some citizens who achieve success in the arts, including Louisville native Mickey Baker (Mickey and Sylvia), early movie Tod Browning (“Dracula,” “Freaks”)
Peter Berkowitz reviews Kurt Kiefer’s latest, Sailing Stones.